At XUK English we organise a trip each week. These are done on rotation and all included in the price!


Not far from Stonehenge, Salisbury is a charming English city with the celebrated medieval cathedral at its heart, housing a rare copy of the Magna Carta. The campers can take in plenty of history as they stroll through the streets, passing Cathedral Close and a range of museums. The city has a strong arts community and the campers will also enjoy one of the regular markets, if they time their visit well!

Students cobbled street bath roman town
Students cobbled street bath roman town


The Roman town of Bath is famous for it's spa, stunning abbey and home of writer Jane Austen.

Students will be able to enjoy lunch at the picturesque Royal Crescent and shop along the historic cobbled streets, visiting both independent stores and high street shops.


Resting on the banks of the River Anton, the market town of Andover lies at the eastern end of the Salisbury Plain and dates to Saxon times. The narrow lanes and attractive high street are dominated by the town’s 18th century buildings. Once a busy stop-over route for London stagecoaches, we are sure the town’s shops and character will keep the campers busy!


Lying on the banks of the river Avon, Chippenham is a cheerful market town near the Cotswolds Area of Natural Beauty. It has a plethora of shops on and around the bustling High Street in addition to several regular market days. With a number of parks and historical buildings, Chippenham is a wonderful place for campers to experience a typical English town!


An unspoilt cathedral city on the edge of the rolling South Downs National Park, Winchester is England's ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great. Today, Winchester combines the best of city life with the freshness of the surrounding countryside